Front seat passengers use radio and steering wheel controls to access the music collection. They can browse by artist, album, genre or custom play list. Rear-seat passengers select from a colorful menu displayed on the overhead DVD monitor to play their own music, videos or games using the wireless DVD remote and headphones. Two wireless game controllers are also included.
In addition to the PhatNoise entertainment systems, the new CSVs also offer the option of adding XM Satellite Radio, a service that provides more than 120 coast-to-coast digital-quality channels of original commercial-free music, news and sports talk. There are even channels devoted to weather and traffic.
“Before you know it, summer vacation will be here, and for families planning a long road trip, upgrading to an advanced entertainment system can be a real life and sanity saver,” says Lajdziak.
To find out more about the system that puts all the entertainment features you can imagine at your fingertips -- even while traveling 65 miles per hour down the highway -- log on to www.saturn.com.
Courtesy of ARA Content